IndiGo to run 168 flights each week out of new international airport in Goa.text_fields
Mumbai: The low-cost airline IndiGo said on Thursday that it will run 168 flights each week to eight domestic locations from the New Goa International Airport.
On December 11, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will open the state's second international airport.
The airport will start performing commercial operations on January 5 of the next year.
The present airport at Dabolim in South Goa will remain active, and IndiGo will continue its existing operations there, the airline said in a release.
Twelve daily and a total of 168 weekly, new flights to and from the New Goa International Airport at Mopa in North Goa from January 5 will be IndiGo's largest ever-new station launch and will immediately connect the new facility to eight cities across India, it said.
Besides improving direct connectivity to the state, the launch of the new flight services is also aimed at catering to the increasing demand, it added.
With PTI inputs